“Amazon Studios is heavily invested in the success of their original television series The Man in the High Castle….The studio’s choice of this program as one to boost makes sense, both because of its rich source material (adapted from a novel of the same name written by legendary science fiction author Philip K. Dick) and because it taps into the anxieties and concerns of our highly charged political moment….To view the story through a staunchly sectarian or provincially partisan lens would, in truth, drain it of its real power to illuminate transcendent truths that undergird and give meaning to the particularities of our present moment.”
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Marybeth Baggett about her online feature article“The Man in the High Castle and the Necessity of Moral Faith.”
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